Thursday, June 10, 2021
Wednesday, May 26, 2021
A contribution was made to Morrison Park Camp Meeting by Linda Mayberry, Katelyn and Justin Sams, and Andrea and Todd Woolridge in memory of Marty Lile. A memorial page will be entered in the Memorial Book at the H.C. Morrison Library at Morrison Park. We are thankful for this wonderful donation in memory of Marty.
Thursday, April 22, 2021
Tuesday, April 6, 2021
Friday, March 12, 2021
Scheduled preaching services, April 4, Easter Sunday Sunrise Service, 6 a.m. and 11 a.m.
11 a.m. worship services, each Sunday morning, April 4 thru
All services are planned to be be held in the outside, open-air tabernacle where there is much room for social distancing. In favorable weather you are welcome bring your own chair and sit on the lawn. In case of in climate weather or cold, services will be held in the Morrison Library cabin. Morrison park is non-denominational and belongs to the community. No one associated with Morrison Park receives any pay for any services. If any (ministers, singers, musicians, ect..) has a lead to come and be a part of our services, I encourage you to contact me. We would be most appreciative to all.
Gary Bewley ,2731 Tompkinsville Rd. Glasgow, Ky. 42141 For additional information you may call, 270-834-9553.
Thursday, February 4, 2021
New painting. "The Old Deacon," Peter Emory Hammer. He spoke the gospel message to Henry Clay Morrison on the night of his conversion. "Buddy, God is not mad at you." "Buddy, God so loved you that He gave His only son to die for you." Almost immediately something happened in his heart. His great burden just went away
and the joy of forgiveness went through him. Mr. Hammer was Morrison's great uncle. While young Morrison struggled on the mourner's bench for salvation, he reported how this dear old Deacon in the Baptist Church put his mouth to Buddy's ear and through his heavy mustache and beard spoke these words. They were the right words at the right time. Since our book"Orphaned No More was published, Nancy Richey was able to find an old tiny photo of Mr. Hammer. He looked just as Morrison described. The painting was made from the old photo. I wish we could have had this in the book. The painting will be placed in the Morrison Memorial Library Cabin at Morrison Park.
Tuesday, October 27, 2020